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    have a good feel?

    "This keyboard has a good feel."
    "This mouse has a good feel."
    "This leather has a good feel."
    I can't get "has a good feel" in these sentences.
    Thank you.

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    Re: have a good feel?

    It is soft, smooth, pleasant to touch.

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    Re: have a good feel?

    Also, of mechanical devices:

    1. This keyboard has a good feel = this keyboard functions gratifyingly well.

    MrP

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    Re: have a good feel?

    So a mouse has a good feel - is it a computer mouse? Then it may be interpreted in the way MrP has just mentioned:
    a mouse has excellent operational properties and is comfortable to use.

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